Some display items adorning the museum's second floor hallway include Goldie Kirby's wedding dress from 1907, high-button shoes and several old dresses.
At the end of the hallway, there is a picture of the Bower Wagon Factory. The Bower's made the little wagon for their children in 1912, which was a replica of their big wagon.
A picture of the Frew Saddlery, which was last located on the right-hand side of Sims Drug Store, is also on display. Mr. Frew served in the Sioux Indian War of 1876, riding behind Buffalo Bill Cody as a scout. Men became so hungry during this campaign that they had to result to eating their horses. A copy of Frew's personal diary is also among the museums collections and was published in the Boone County Historian. The side saddles on display are all by Frew Saddlery.